Originally I wanted to post this in the Movies and TV forum, but as the topic is so broad I figured it would have a better place here.
This movie is about the memoirs of a white Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire who was stationed in Rwanda during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. After the genocide the man became a drunk, horrified by the conditions he saw. I had to do a report on him for a history class in grade 12, when I was 17 years old. At the time I was indifferent to the whole nigger situation and generally believed that the U.N. did nothing for Rwanda as it was a fuxxated area.
Boy, was I ever wrong. The film goes into the genocide in-depth. Basically, it is trying to show the hypocrisy of the U.N. - which we already knew before this film - by evacuating white tourists and the remaining white Rwandans and doing nothing for the black Rwandans. Needless to say that was a wise part on the UN's behalf: those white tourists were the only source of income for Rwanda.
I also did research on Rwanda. It used to be a Belgian colony and the Belgians favoured the Tutsis over the Hutus because the former looked more human, while the latter more beastly. The Belgians established a monarchy and central government in the country and it soon became an economic powerhouse. Rwanda later became known as "The Switzerland of Africa" due to its strong economy and stability.
After the first World War, Rwanda sought independence through genocide. They butchered the whites and raped the Belgian women stationed there. It got so bad that the Belgians left Rwanda on its own. After that, the country slowly descended into chaos, and the two groups started an all out-war.
No different than any other African nation that was colonized by whites. The former Belgian colony had become bankrupt and one by one investors fled. The only source of income was hotels and tourism. After the genocide, tourism literally stopped. I'm not sure what the current state of it is, but I'm sure that it looks no different than the rest of the Dark Continent.
Mr. Dallaire desperately tried to convince white people that they were the ones to blame. The stories he writes are indeed horrific and show the monstrosity of the nigger beast, but it is unfair to blame it on YT, as YT gave the Rwandans everything. Just like Rhodesia, the country killed itself. It massacred the whites and has the audacity to blame white nations for their lack of involvement. Rwanda pleaded to France and Canada to help them, but France simply said: "No. We only want our people." France seems to have regretted this, unfortunately, due to its current love for the beasts.
Dallaire has given presentations, written books, written articles and whatever have you to try to tell people no one cared about Rwanda. If anyone does not know the history of the country, they would wrongfully assume the conflict between the Tutsis and the Hutus were because of the white Belgians. This is strongly pushed and we are blamed for their genocide. Yet the two groups were already in fierce conflict way before whites even arrived. So the point is moot.
Dallaire is a poor representation of Canada, and peace in general. He should have known that the fate of Rwanda was brought on by the inhabitants themselves, not whites or the UN. Rwanda did have resources when YT lived there, and after that, the country had no economic value. What on Earth could the nations do to help? It would still remain Hell. And it still is.
The movie Hotel Rwanda is another movie based on the genocide, and while it involves many goodifications, the true rage is that far more white blood was spilled. The true genocide is never spoken about. The one thing that kept the thing alive was killed. The Belgians should have known that you never cast pearls before swine or gold before dogs. Yet they, like the French, soon realized that these people were indeed monsters and knew there was no hope for them.
And when the beasts came for them, one by one, and massacred in a way that would make the Rwandan genocide look tame, is never, ever spoken about. Mr. Dallaire is a true hypocrite. I'm sure he has spoken about Haiti and South Africa during the last days of apartheid, and has celebrated growing diversity. But the deaths of the Belgians, French, German - white settlers in Africa he has never spoken about.
Why, Mr. Dallaire, do you think the whites were evacuated first? Because they have value. Your black beasts do not. They brought the genocide on themselves, not the Europeans. If you dare say we are to blame, I say shame on you, because your ancestors died for what the truth, and paid a blood price.
The former "Switzerland of Africa", like the Breadbasket of Africa and the former powerful South Africa have all fallen, and white blood has stained the grass. One need only ask, Mr. Dallaire, is who is the true hypocrite? The UN, or your ignorance of white genocide? The "people" you tried to save were and still are nothing but savages, and despite all your teachings, they will never change.
Time and time again children will learn of Rwanda and be taught that Europeans were to blame. Yet the Europeans were the ones that shook hands with the Devil - niggers - and their blood has stained the ground.
My pity will never be for those monsters, but for those whose lives were ruthlessly torn away from them. Mr. Dallaire, I hope you smell the roses one day, and discover that your peaceful protests rusted away in the wind. A beast will never know sympathy, but they will know the taste of blood.
Sadly, Mr. Dallaire was tainted with the wrong colour of it.